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4 months ago
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So AP scores came out and I'm just finding out that they send them to the colleges you apply to and I did terrible I mean terrible on the exam. And the withholding form costs money, so they'll send the scores anyway?

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4 months ago[edited]

If you don't want the colleges you chose as a score recipient to see them, you will have to fill out the withholding form and remit $10.00 per school.

https://apstudents.collegeboard.org/score-reporting-services/withhold-scores

It's extra work for them to process not sending the scores if they have an automated system, so the fees are understandable. I think the system needs to change where they let you send in the scores for free. It would be better to allow students to approve the list after they get their scores back.

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